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The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, October 1909

II A—Captain S. Eichelbaum

II A—Captain S. Eichelbaum.

V. C. v Petone. Lost, 4—3. Went out expecting to win, came back wondering why we did't. petoneites good mountaineers and used to rugged and precipitous nature of the country. Wilson turned up on this occasion. Oram (2) and Castle scored. No one played well.

V. C. v Greggs. Won, 6—3. Team played well. In first spell forwards, especially Oram, played in jest. In second spell settled down and played really well. Tread well and Salek best of backs. Rutherfurd played a good game and scored three goals. H. G. Brodies, Oram, and Paterson one each.

V. C. v Thorndon. Won in pouring rain by default.

V. C. v Vivan. Won, 5—0. Played on submarine territory, Miramar. They had only seven men. Features of game were Waldegrave's filne undercuts, and J. D. Smith's refereeing. Goalkeeper Salek felt cold and scored a goal for us. Oram, H. G. Brodie, Paterson, and Treadwell completd our tally.

V. C. A. v V. C. B. Won, 5—1. A family affair. Youngsters hopped off twig early and Fair scored a goal. Paterson, Wild, Oram, and Rutherfurd scored for us.

V. C. v Metropolitan. Lost, 3—6. Rutherfurs (2), and Oram scord. H. G. Brodle best forward; Treadwell best back.

V. C. v Karori. Won, 3—2. Wild, H. G. Brkodie, and Rutherfurd scored. Wilson again absented himself without notice and left us to play one short.

V. C. v United. Won by default.